How does an animal get energy for its survival and everyday activities?

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Apr 21, 2017

Answer:

Food, and water, mainly food. Animals have mitochondria that use the sugars provided by plants to produce their own cellular energy.

Explanation:

FOR EXAMPLE:
The sun gives food for the plants. Then some caterpillar comes along and eats the plant. Then, a mouse comes along and eats the caterpillar. Then, a snake eats the mouse. After that, a bird of prey comes and gobbles up the snake. See? That's how animals get food. Other plants and animals give them the energy, to survive and do everyday stuff.

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